A rotation φ about an axis û and a displacement d is the general motion of a rigid body B in a global frame G. The rigid body motion can be defined by a 4 by 4 matrix.
KeywordsRigid Body Transformation Matrix Coordinate Frame Rigid Body Motion Rigid Motion
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